Attorneys Steven Katzman and Norm Thom each has over 35 years of experience representing thousands of people in Courts throughout Colorado. We understand that being charged with a criminal offense or facing divorce can cause a great deal of stress and uncertainty. We know the system and how to achieve the best possible results. Please call us for a free and thorough initial consultation. We can give you a clear idea of where you stand and how we can help.
Liberty Law Center Expands Practice Into Family Law
Liberty Law Center is pleased to announce two exciting additions to our law practice that will allow us to provide new services to our clients. First, we will be available to represent clients in all aspects of family law –… Read More
Felony DUI Law Goes Into Effect Aug 5, 2015
Colorado’s felony DUI law takes effect today. If you are charged with a DUI that occurred on or after August 5, 2015 and you have 3 prior convictions for DUI or Driving While Ability Impaired (DWAI), you could be charged… Read More
Should I request the officer for the DMV hearing?
Clients will ask us if they should request the officer for the DMV Express Consent hearing. We usually tell them to say no, unless the arresting officer was from the Colorado State Patrol. This way, we can review the police… Read More
DUI Arrests for Super Bowl Weekend
DUI arrests in Colorado over Super Bowl weekend were made on 321 drivers according to information released by the Colorado Department of Transportation. About 100 law enforcement agencies were involved in “The Heat is On” enforcement for the reporting period… Read More
DUI Drivers Will Have Longer Interlock Requirements
A DUI driver whose license is revoked in Colorado for a blood or breath test of .15 or higher will have longer interlock requirements starting January 1st. Colorado law currently classifies someone as a “persistent drunk driver” if the driver… Read More
Refusing The Chemical Test In Colorado?
We are often asked about refusing the chemical test in Colorado and “what happens if I refuse the chemical test?’ The answers to these important questions, may be different now after the Colorado legislature’s recent expansion of the ignition interlock… Read More
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH DECIDES NOT TO RESUME BLOOD ALCOHOL TESTING
We recently learned that the Colorado Department of Public Health & Environment (CDPHE) has decided not to resume blood alcohol testing in DUI cases. CDPHE suspended testing on July 3, 2013 pending a review by an outside independent lab. After… Read More
FIREARMS POSSESSION PROHIBITED FOR THOSE CHARGED WITH DOMESTIC VIOLENCE
A NEW LAW GOES INTO EFFECT PREVENTING PEOPLE WHO HAVE A PROTECTION ORDER FOR ACTS OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE FROM POSSESSING A WEAPON OR AMMUNITION SB 13-197 recently went into effect which will prohibit the possession of firearms and ammunition by… Read More
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH SUSPENDS BLOOD ALCOHOL TESTING
The Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment announced on Friday that it will suspend blood alcohol and drug testing at the state lab effective July 3, 2013. The lab will complete the testing of samples currently in process…. Read More
New Law Allows Driver To Contest Validity of DUI Traffic Stop At DMV License Revocation Hearing
The Governor recently signed HB 13-1077 which allows a driver to challenge at a DMV hearing the lawfulness of a police officer’s initial contact or traffic stop with a driver arrested for DUI. Under this law, the Hearing Officer… Read More